Hi! I'm Ms. Mallory.
I am a teacher at the Ashwaubenon Coop. I started my journey with the Coop in 2013. From a very early age, I had always dreamed of becoming a teacher. I pursued my dream by volunteering in every classroom I could and earning my Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Upon graduation, I taught 4-year-old kindergarten for four years prior to teaching at the Ashwaubenon Coop.
I have found my dream job teaching preschoolers! I look forward to coming to work with these incredible children and helping to ensure their school careers start off on a great path. I feel so privileged to be able to help encourage a love of learning and be part of such a wonderful program that really understands the importance of family and social play at this age.
Please ask if you have any questions! Looking forward to meeting you!
Hello, I'm Ms. Patty!
I am proud to introduce myself as the Teacher-Director of the Ashwaubenon Coop. As a long-time resident of Ashwaubenon, I have had the experience of sending my own children to preschool at the Coop. The Ashwaubenon Cooperative Preschool is a program that is near and dear to my heart. When the opportunity to become director presented itself, I jumped at the chance. I love coming to work each day knowing that I get to spend my time helping shape the minds and hearts of the students in our school family. I feel very passionately about the importance of play and social interaction at the preschool level.
When my youngest daughter entered school, I joined the workforce again in the field of education. I was a teacher's aide for CESA 7 Head Start for 13 years. I joined the Ashwaubenon Coop Preschool in 2007 as a teacher and a teacher's aide for the afternoon 4K program run by the Ashwaubenon School District. In 2011, I completed the necessary courses at NWTC which enabled me to assume the role of Teacher-Director.
I enjoy being an active part of the community. I have taken an active role on many boards and committees over the years. When I'm not teaching, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Perry, my children and grandchildren.